|Project by devnull||posted 03-03-2010 11:17 PM||2005 views||3 times favorited||7 comments|
This was my only saw for a long time, it was salvaged from a machine shop that machined Helicopter parts. They used it to make wooden shipping boxes and pallet. The base was destroyed after a forklift ran into it, the current base is from craigslist. The table is design and structure is from Wally Kunkel’s book “How to Master The Radial Saw”. I was in catch 22 situation described in book, this is my only saw that’s in pieces so how do I build the table?
The table has 3 pieces of 5/8×1/4 steel sandwich between 2 pieces of birch 3/4 plywood. After reading and following his instruction on aligning the saw, this saw is dead accurate. I actually went out and bought the Incra Guaranteed square to verify because I did not trust any of my existing squares. I amazed at the craftsmanship of this saw, for something that was build in the 50’s and abused for the last 50 years can be so accurate
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